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PBS
Feb 3, 2013 6:30pm PST
drone program is this man, john brennan, a senior official at the cia and head of the national counterterrorism center during the bush presidency. reportedly, barack obama considered offering him the top job at the cia in 2008, but public opposition caused brennan to withdraw from consideration. obama kept brennan on as an adviser, and last year, when brennan became the first official to formally acknowledge that the drone program even existed, he again encountered protests. >> how many people are you willing to sacrifice? why are you lying to the american people and not saying how many innocents have been killed? >> thank you ma'am for expressing your views. we will have time for questions following the presentation. >> i speak out on behalf of tariq aziz. a 16-year-old in pakistan who was killed because he wanted to document the drone strikes. >> now, despite brennan's past notoriety, obama officially has nominated him to head the cia. this time, there's been little criticism of the decision. so, we'll watch brennan's upcoming confirmation hearings to see if any congressional
ABC
Feb 3, 2013 11:35pm EST
was nominated to head the cia and that is still to come next week. >> the hearing on gun control. to that issue. -- y kippers was there a fiery exchange. what do you think that did as moving the ball forward. >> the president seems to be his politicalte capital in the hot button issue on capitol hill. the super bowl, saw against the illegal guns. during the super bowl. a lot of people are anxious to what happens -- what comes of this. they are very cautious and any legislation not the second amendment rights. >> we appreciate you being here on superbowl sunday. >> thank you. the tea s.a. is reevaluating its said itafter reports might be useless. there is no real way of knowing it work. say in a terminal, dogs have too much sensory input and detect aniably explosive. most of the time, they are hitting stationary object. what these canines do is essentially walk through a a cent andd detect then they start following the scent. this is relatively new in the united states. >> the government accountability found some dogs are not required monthly training. >> investigators are trying to a crashut wh
MSNBC
Feb 4, 2013 6:00am PST
of the cia with the expansion of the drone program. you ran it in some form, operational aspect of it at the cia. do you run actually less, are you in charge of less of the drone defenpartment at the defe department? >> we're the ones who supply the cia. >> who makes the call? >> it depends on the operation. the best thing i've seen in four years is we really have a very good military intelligence partnership now with regards to going after al qaeda, and there are operations that we've developed in which we developed the targets and then we make the decision who is best able to go after the targets and it's a very synchronized good operation that gives us the best of military information and intelligence. >> the drone wes don't have a big debate in the united states, the new cover of "time" magazine, but retired general mccrystal, here's what he said about drones during this book tour. "what scares me about drone strikes is how they are perceived around the world, the resentment created by american use of unmanned strikes, is much greater than the average american appreciates. t
PBS
Feb 3, 2013 6:00pm PST
in a congressional hearing? >> leon panetta, in his first public appearance, after leaving the cia, made a bunch of blunders of this kind. >> here is what is ahead for the next defense secretary, a huge cuts in the budget, sequestration, afghanistan, the bombings in syria, egypt in chaos, al qaeda all over the place, china with the military might, north korea talking about another test, targeting the united states. why didn't they get into that stuff? >> it was up to the members to do it but they did not get into it. it was not the objective. the objective from one side was to make sure the president's nominee gets through. the other side was to do everything they could to damage him. it was not a good display of congressional oversight. >> this is a guy who said -- he voted against designating the revolutionary guards in iran as a terror organization. badgering to ask the guy to explain that? he had no answer. >> when i heard him talk about it, speaking to the senator from virginia, jim webb, he took that argument and persuaded him. >> the same that dick lugar did, and john kerry, joe biden to
NBC
Feb 4, 2013 3:00am PST
playing you as cia director. i waon't ask you to comment on the acting, but the movie seems to indicate that enhanced interrogation techniques were used to get information on bin laden. is that true? >> well, first of all, it's a movie. let's remember that. i lived the real story. and the real story is that in order to put the puzzle of intelligence together, that led us to bin laden, there was a lot of intelligence. there were a lot of pieces out there that were part of that puzzle. yes, some of it came from some of the tactics that were used at that time, interrogation tactics that were used. but the fact is, we put together most of that intelligence without having to resort to that. >> and you think you could have gotten it without any -- >> i think we could have gotten bin laden without that. >> it's a big weekend. there's a big contest a lot of people are talking about. >> go 49ers. >> it's the contest that has to do with clinton or biden. 2016. >> oh. >> you've been close to both of them. secretary panetta, i've got to ask you, who's ready to be commander in chief tomorrow? >> i t
CSPAN
Feb 3, 2013 8:00pm EST
just did -- he would not take briefings from the cia because he thought they were just trying to get you to not talk about subjects. he was a formidable credit and adversary of lyndon johnson and jack kennedy on vietnam. massachusetts,-- boston college, irish catholic, all of that -- what brought you to admire him? >> he had -- he was a stranger to self-importance. that was important to me. not forgetting where you came from, and he was a stranger to self-importance. ira member -- i remember -- the funniest thing that happened, he said, i am sitting up there, my secretary comes in and said, mr. speaker, anderson is on the phone. i said, i will be honest with you -- he is a fellow from the old neighborhood and things have not worked out every well for him. so why take the call. how are you? he says, i am in a bar in somerville. i am with a couple of guys, and they do not believe i know you. they said, eddie, great old pal -- would you just tell these guys? so he puts them on the phone -- eddie is a great pal of mine. this is tip o'neill at, and so forth. he says, eddie, is there anyth
WHUT
Feb 4, 2013 6:00pm EST
has played down the role of cia torture in gathering the intelligence that led to the discovery of the location of osama bin laden. he said while torture techniques were used, he would have been found without them. >> in order to put the apostle of intelligent together that led us to bin laden, there was a lot of intelligence, a lot of pieces out there. some of it came from the tactics that were used at that time, but the fact is, we put together most of that intelligence without having to resort to that. i think we could have gotten bin laden without that. >> the family of an unarmed african teen shot by new york police in his own home has filed a lawsuit one year after his killing. ramarley graham was shot and your second 2012 after being chased by narcotics officers. he was trying to empty a bag of marijuana into the toilet when he was killed. in the lawsuit, the family says that the nypd attempted to kill his grandmother, who witnessed the shooting. the officer was charged with manslaughter. hundreds of people marched to a bronx precinct to mark the first anniversary of his
Current
Feb 4, 2013 6:00am PST
sets up to root for the c.i.a. so simp listically it leaves out c.i.a. agents against torture. it was understood for entirely entirely -- for entirely the history of the nation. whether bigelow and boll intended that. we as an audience don't trust the artist. their intentions don't matter. here's the part where i think i'll never read something i love more from the rude pundit. here it is. >> do we need a trumpet? >> stephanie: yes. [trumpet sounds] >> stephanie: it is like edward saying he didn't intend his work to be a horror of pain. it is like a cute kitten just out of frame. you might have wanted to paint that and you might respond but all i see is existential agony not lol cats. >> that's great. >> that's brilliant. >> best thing rude pundit has ever written. >> thank you. >> stephanie: here's high bar. here's you next week. >> that's great. now there has to be something else that's family friendly. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: you finished by saying we knew the courier's name wasn't gotten through tort your. we got his nickname before a detainee. even we take that torture
FOX News
Feb 4, 2013 8:00am PST
john brennan faces his confirmation hearing as proposed head of the cia. he is described as a chief architect not only of the drone program, the targeted killing program but also these new cyber rules of engagement. speaking to reporters overseas the defense secretary warned very publicly of the rising threat and the implications if the u.s. fails to take the initiative. we don't have that sound right there. what secretary man pan has said on countless occasion is he's warned of a cyber warfare specifically the targeting of the u.s. infrastructure. the power grid, the banking system and done so in a way that it would cripple the u.s. economy and we have that sound byte now. let's listen. >> we are living in a world now where we are increasingly vulnerable to cyber attacks. this is the whole new battlefield. you can use cyber to basically take down our power grid system in the united states, you can taous cyber to take dow use cyber to take down our government si systems our banking systems. >> it's almost a one-two punch where it's there is a cyber attack and coupled with an explosi
FOX News
Feb 4, 2013 3:00am PST
's female spies look more like this? the feds apparently think so. women at the c.i.a. recently went to a presentation encouraging them to be more attractive at work. suggestions included wearing make-up and a skirt. really? instead of slacks. and painting their nails. the head of the d.i.a. later apologized, calling the session dumb. brian, i know that one of your favorite spies ever was anna chapman from russia. and she tended to dress up. >> steve: she used nail polish. >> gretchen: and used probably nail polish. can you hear me? >> brian: yeah, i can. i just never fell for her trap. i do believe there is a bigger story there. you know that. because she's hot and has a nice body, people fell for it. i believe the russians are still here. something serious happened overt weekend, i know it affected you guys. chris kyle, american hero, navy seal who set the record for sniper kills because every time he killed them, another one of our guys survived, he came out. he's adapted to life afterwards, best selling author. he lost his life trying to help a fellow marine adjust to life after
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